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Valet Driver

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Property Name:
Hyatt Place RiversideDowntown
Job Title: 
Valet Driver
Location: 
California-Palm Springs/Inland Empire
Company Name: 
City: 
Riverside
Work Permit: 
Applicants who do not already have legal permission to work in the United States will not be considered.
Management  Position: 
No
Bonus Pay: 
No

Welcome to Crescent Hotels & Resorts, a premier hotel management and ownership group. Crescent seeks energetic, innovative individuals who have a desire to work in a results-driven environment. Our success is the direct result of everyone working together toward a common goal: To deliver exceptional service to our valued guests and provide a high quality work environment for our associates.

Strong core values related to customer service and associate satisfaction account for the continued success of our company. We are more than just a collection of hotels, we are a progressive company determined to be the employer of choice in the hospitality industry. We are pleased that you have chosen to learn more about our growing organization and are confident that Crescent will provide you with a very rewarding career.

The valet attendant is in charge of finding a good parking space for a guest. In a busy parking lot, most guests and customers prefer to make use of the valet services to save valuable time looking for a space. The valet is the one who parks and retrieves the vehicle for the guest.

Generally, establishments, mostly hotels, employ valets in order to leave a good impression on their guests. Valets should always prioritize giving top notch customer service and fulfill overall customer satisfaction. Attendants are typically stationed at the front side of the establishment.
Duties and Responsibilities

Valet parking is a customer service provided establishments like hotels and restaurants which aim to help guests save time in looking for a parking space.

Mainly, valets are responsible for the parking and retrieval of a guests vehicle. Before taking the vehicle, the valet assesses and documents any vehicle damage. This is to protect the valet and the company from being responsible for car damages he has not committed. Then, the valet records the location of the parking space as well as the number on the valet ticket.

Duties may also include providing instructions to guests on how to check and claim the vehicle, provide travel directions and information on events and promotions, provide accurate and timely documentation and department activity reports, and assist with staffing, scheduling, evaluating, training, developing and monitoring staff.
Skills and Training

There are no specific educational background requirements for aspiring valet attendants. Only short-term training programs are provided by most employers to their applicants.

A valet should be have a drivers license and must be comfortable driving all types of vehicles. He must be able to go short or long distances with any vehicle. A valet must also be able to communicate efficiently in English, answer guest inquiries, and greet the guests in a friendly and accommodating manner. He must have self confidence and can easily relate to people.

Having the physical agility to stand or sit for long hours is another requirement. He must be able to walk and run long and short distances. Any aspiring valet attendants should be prepared to work under all weather conditions as well as work for extended periods.

The valet must have a complete knowledge and obey all traffic regulations. He must be able to give travel directions and information to property events and promotions accurately.

In some establishments, the valet is in charge of universal supervision of other attendants to ensure effective operations. He must deliver any internal or external service for the guest. He should be able to facilitate all interactions.
A valet should be have a drivers license and must be comfortable driving all types of vehicles. He must be able to go short or long distances with any vehicle. A valet must also be able to communicate efficiently in English, answer guest inquiries, and greet the guests in a friendly and accommodating manner. He must have self confidence and can easily relate to people.

Having the physical agility to stand or sit for long hours is another requirement. He must be able to walk and run long and short distances. Any aspiring valet attendants should be prepared to work under all weather conditions as well as work for extended periods.

The valet must have a complete knowledge and obey all traffic regulations. He must be able to give travel directions and information to property events and promotions accurately.

In some establishments, the valet is in charge of universal supervision of other attendants to ensure effective operations. He must deliver any internal or external service for the guest. He should be able to facilitate all interactions.

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